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CMI > For Library Staff > Comment Card Guidelines

Comment Card Guidelines

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We would like to gather for analysis and for the CMI project archive all the comments that you receive about the Collection Management Imitative project. We anticipate that comments will come to you in many forms:

  • Paper comment cards available in the stacks where experimental volumes were held
  • Paper comment cards available at public service desks
  • Online comment forms available at campus websites that come to you as emails
  • Anecdotal reports of user reactions to the project, such as oral comments from users at a public service desk or in a conversation between a public service library staff member at the desk

Please forward copies of print versions of the comment card and any online comments you receive to the Project Director, Cecily Johns, at Davidson Library, UC Santa Barbara, or via email at

There is a staff comment form on this web site [note: staff and public web sites were merged in September 2003] to enable us to receive comments from campus librarians and support staff about the project.

We also have provided a comment card on the public web site [note: staff and public web sites were merged in September 2003] and will appreciate your publicizing these appropriately.

Send your questions and comments to
Last updated: November 30, 2001.